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From Yes Day to Love Victor, Film Editor is Making the Cuts

Sabrina Gimenez

Article From Around the O, January 20, 2021

Sabrina Gimenez loved movies, but she couldn’t imagine a future in film until a light bulb moment during her senior year at the University of Oregon.

For a film studies class, she had created a short, stop-motion animated film about two bicycles that go on a date on campus, culminating in a dorm-room tryst. As she pieced the film together, she found herself completely enthralled. “All of a sudden, I look at my clock on the computer, and six hours had passed right before my very eyes, and I was like, ‘How did this happen?’” 

Fast-forward seven years, and the 2013 graduate (English, cinema studies) is now working in Hollywood as an assistant film editor. She has helped produce scripted movies, including director Miguel Arteta’s 2020 comedy Like a Boss, the upcoming Netflix comedy Yes Day, and season two of the critically acclaimed Hulu teen drama series, Love, Victor. 

Jerell Rosales interview on SiriusXM Radio's "AFFIRMATIVE REACTION with Xorje Olivares

Affirmative Reaction

Listen to Career Instructor of Narrative Production and Writer/Director Jerell Rosales' interview on SiriusXM Radio's "AFFIRMATIVE REACTION with Xorje Olivares" (Ch 127 • SiriusXM Progress).

Jerell and Xorje discuss filmmaking from the QPOC perspective and the inspiration behind his short film These Things Take Time, part of the feature-length compilation, The American Boys (released by NQV Media available on Amazon US, Amazon UK, Amazon Germany, and Vimeo Worldwide).

Call for Entries: UO ©ritical A®t Show

Call for Entries: UO Critical Art Show

The Remixing Media, ©ritiquing Culture Freshman Interest Group (FIG) announces a "call for entries" to artists for the UO ©ritical A®t Show

Beginning December 4th (specifics coming soon) The Remixing Media, ©ritiquing Culture Freshman Interest Group will host the 4th annual UO ©ritical A®t Show, which is an event that brings together student and community artists. Due to Covid-related uncertainty, this year's show will be a virtual experience.

We are accepting digital submissions from artists through November 29, 2020.

The event is organized and curated by a group of 20 first-year students in a FYP (first year program), the FIG Assistant, Ellie Reisman, and their instructor Andre´ Sirois (DJ food stamp).

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